Hotel l'Observatoire

107 Boulevard Saint-Michel, Paris, Île-de-France, 75005 , France | Hotel
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Day 14 - Bonjour, Paris!

A travel blog entry by lauzian


... cube, we were greeted with the sight of about a million tourists and endless archways leading to the treasures within. Trying to see the Louvre in an orderly fashion proved impossible, with the labyrinthian corridors winding together and starting to look very similar very quickly. We stumbled across the Mona Lisa early in our tour and decided to see the famous painting. She was indeed beautiful, however quite small and simple compared to some of the ...

The ride back

A travel blog entry by nosleeptilbklyn

... dad had a little cup of coffee and I had a little cup of hot chocolate. We both had crossantes and toast too. After we went to the bakery next store and bought a apple tart. Then we walked back to the hotel to wait for our taxi. When taxi got there we said bye to Jordan because she was staying in Paris for a conference. We all got into the taxi with nana and papa too. And then off we go ...

The Cluny with Friends

A travel blog entry by rkzohm


... so that it correctly spelt Bonbon Aux Palais) and the girls with Pascale all chose a special treat. Some highlights included guimauve violette, les sucettes, hard candies in a sweet little tin, candy baby Jesus which we just had to get, and oh so much more. It took a very long time to choose from the many many glass containers of sweets for each however the lady was exceptionally friendly and patient in the shop. We finally arrived at the ...

Day 16, Tuesday 9 July, return to Paris

A travel blog entry by whibj


... appeal. It was interesting to see the kitchen and preparation areas and the amazing collection of copper cookware! It would have been very difficult to have been poor in those days, especially in Winter in a freezing building. We think we mentioned about covering the walls of rooms with tapestry or fabric, well this happened here in many rooms. The tapestries are from the 16th Century and there are many of them. They would have taken many, many hours to create and it ...

Day 10

A travel blog entry by banvilleabroad

If I told you I woke up feeling 100% ready to start the day I'd be lying. I mean, I wasn't curled in a ball grasping my temples and shouting in agony, but I really didn't want to get out of bed. After finally waking up and saying goodbye to James I headed out into Versailles to find the train home. I couldn't find if. I wondered around for an hour before calling Daniela for directions, and it turns out I was one block away at that point. Thanks to her help I was on ...


This hotel, located on 107 Boulevard Saint-Michel, Paris, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding